international-holidays >> Sentosa Tour Packages
Sentosa holidays will take you towards the southern coast of Singapore and let the kid in you come alive during your Sentosa tours.
Sentosa travel packages can be a delight for the kids in your family since it offers loads of interesting places and fun rides to visitors. Watching the cute pink dolphins in Dolphin Lagoon and the Luge & Skyrides can be amusing when you set out for your tour with the Sentosa vacation packages. Reaching out to the Tiger Sky Tower or Fort Siloso on your trip to Sentosa can offer you great views of the entire Sentosa Island as well as of the southern islands of Singapore.
A walk inside the Underwater World can be an enriching part of Sentosa holiday packages, as it offers great views of marine life including sharks and fishes. The beaches are evidently the chief draw for the tourists when they travel to Sentosa. If you are looking for fun, you can step into the casino to check out your luck during the trip
From theme parks to butterfly garden to secondary rainforests, the small island city of Sentosa is a package full of surprises as it hosts the tallest dual track roller coaster. There are plenty of other attractions such as beautiful pristine beaches, hills and museums. Being an amalgamation of various cultures and ecological diversities, Sentosa with its vast religious practices and urban development has emerge to be one major tourism hub for the modern world in the recent days.
The newly transformed Island of Sentosa in Singapore has many attractions to lure tourists. The TigerSkyTower is Asia’s tallest observation deck stationed at the height of 131 metres above the sea level. It gives you a clear scenic and panoramic view of Sentosa. You can also see the outlines of Malaysia and Indonesia on the horizon on a clear day. You can go to see the amazing Dolphins, doing their antics at the Dolphin Lagoon at the SIloso point. Or you can get a good view of the Singapore port from the SentosaMerlion statue’s mouth as you stand on the deck 37 metres from the ground. And lastly, you can visit the Underwater World which is Asia’s largest tropical Oceanarium.
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